On a blustery, cold morning of Jan. 15, the Colfax County 4-H robotics team showed off its smarts during the Nebraska FIRST LEGO League Competition Columbus Qualifier held at Columbus Middle School.
Laughs and cheers filled the Oak Ballroom in Schuyler during the Schuyler Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2021 Chamber Recognition Nite held Jan. 15.
A Rogers couple who started out selling extra produce from their garden is now experiencing an expansion in their business, Beavers Produce.
The Schuyler Area Chamber of Commerce is making a big push to spotlight local businesses in 2022, according to Executive Director Audra Jedlicka.
A few months after receiving new Wi-Fi hotspots for patrons, the Schuyler Public Library is trying to spread word of the new technology available.
Two Schuyler men have been recognized for their potentially life-saving efforts during a house fire that occurred a little over one month ago.
City of Schuyler employees won’t be getting an incentive for getting vaccinated against COVID-19. At least, not any time soon.
Economic development is a term that gets talked about a lot, but what does it mean to us in Schuyler and how does it impact our lives?
Both Colfax County's gWorks site -- colfax.gworks.com -- now features an election commissioner tab showing the boundaries of various political subdivisions in the county.
Colfax County is the latest entity to join a memorandum of understanding for broadband infrastructure development.
After many canceled events and years of the pandemic, the Schuyler Area Chamber of Commerce is coming back strong with a packed 2022 events calendar.
During the Jan. 4 meeting of the Schuyler City Council, Schuyler Police Officer Ryan Andel and resident Marvin Barrios received plaques and letters from the police department for their efforts in safely removing multiple people from a house fire on Dec. 11.
A Schuyler Police officer is still recovering from an alleged assault over Christmas weekend.
For some, a gingerbread night held at the Schuyler Public Library shortly before Christmas was a family affair.
From positive stories of businesses investing in the community to the sad news of the untimely death of a Schuyler Central High School student, the Schuyler area and Colfax County at large weathered through the past year.
Schuyler city officials are tentatively moving forward with looking into potential funding sources for three major projects in town.
Editor's note: The Schuyler Sun sat down with Santa Claus recently and asked him some of our burning Christmas questions.
With an election year quickly approaching in 2022, Colfax County is in the midst of setting wages for elected county officials in the coming years.
On a blustery morning filled with snow flurries on Dec. 18, hustle and bustle could be seen at Svoboda Funeral Home and the First Presbyterian Church in Schuyler.
Leigh High School student Kanyon Held is a recipient of the Believers and Achievers Award for his involvement at school and in the community.
When you come into Schuyler this holiday season, Jose Rocha hopes it’s full of lights.